The crankcase on your caddie serves a vital purpose. As a matter of fact, it creates an in-out pressure when the crank turns. However, why is that critical, you might ask? The fuel pump on your carriage uses its pressure to draw the fuel up from the tank and get it about halfway up to the carb. Then, the suction created by running the engine takes over.If you have anything that fails within the crankcase, it will cause the pressure to drop. Of course, this results in the Club ar pump drawing insufficiently or not at all. On top of that, these seals have a rap for blowing out of place. The crankshaft will wear them down over time, and they have issues staying in their OEM journal. In addition, if you have discovered that one or both has popped free, Call Buggies Unlimited today and get a replacement ordered. You do not want to try and re-use an old seal. It never works out for the positive.All kinds of Club Car parts comprise the pressure holding system. Everything from gaskets to seals to the more significant components like the valves and shafts. These things play a vital role in making the build-up that is required. Even the moving units are a big part of making that happen. Without the piston, rod, and crankshaft, we would be at ground zero. Smaller golf cart parts like this one and items like the rings you cannot forget. Try picking up a rebuild kit that will include it all. That way, there are no unneeded trips to the hardware store.Buggies Unlimited has it all! At least when it comes to golf cart clutch side crankshaft seal. However, it does not matter if you are trying to upgrade it for the trails or just get it back up and running again. We have the hard parts and accessories to make it happen.